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New s H r December 2-3, 011


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drawing
The 5th annual Southern
Pines Blues and Barbecue
Festival is hold a drawing with
multiple prizes available.
Tickets are available for $5
each and the drawing will be
held Saturday, Dec. 10, at the
festival. You do not need to be
present to win.
The prizes include: entry
to the Bub-ba-Q Competition
Cooking School (value,
$500.00); one of two Lang BBQ
Smokers Cast Iron Fire Pit Rings
(value, $250 each); RDS BBQ
grill (value, $500.00); Thule tool
box; BBQ grill kits; Bob Medina's
cookbook; and John Boy & Billy
Sauce.
Proceeds from the drawing
will benefit the festival, which will
be held Dec. 9 and 10 at Forest
Capital State Park. Admission to
the event is free.

Deadline extended
for master gardener
course
Ten individuals have signed
up for the 2012 Master
Gardener Course to be offered
on Wednesday beginning Jan.
25.
Fifteen, however, are needed
for the classes to move forward.
'We can cancel this year's
course if there isn't adequate
interest, but we just wanted to
make sure that anyone who
has ever expressed interest
is given the opportunity to
participate" said Debbie Ross
for Taylor County's active Master
Gardeners.
"Although Dec. 1 was the
deadline, it's been extended only
a few days. If you're interested
in participating, please call the
Taylor County Extension Service
today at 838-3508"
If classes proceed, they will
be held from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
the course costs $100 which
includes all books and materials.
"If someone signs up and
pays and the class is cancelled,
they will be refunded their money
with no problem," Ross said.
"For anyone interested
in gardening and proper
horticulture techniques, there
simply isn't a better value of
class instruction for the money
and we encourage you to sign
up for the class now."

Christmas Fair to
benefit Subway
Dixon Rescue Fund
The annual Christmas Fair
to benefit the Subway Dixon
Rescue Fund, Inc., will be held
Saturday, Dec. 3, from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. on the sidewalk of
Winn-Dixie.
Items for sale will include arts
and crafts, handmade jewelry
and homemade goodies for
pets and people as well as
miscellaneous Christmas gifts.
All items for sale will be
from local vendors in Taylor
County.
All funds raised at the
Christmas Fair will be used for
dog food, on-going medical
costs and to purchase flea
control products for the dogs
who live at the sanctuary.



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1975 murderer


appeals to have


parole terminated


Ray Wesson Terry was 21
years old when he took part
in the murder of Perry native
Benny Neeley on July 3, 1975.
Despite receiving a life
sentence two years later, in
1977, Terry was released from
prison in 1996 and has been on


Ray W. Terry


parole ever since.
On Wednesday, Nov. 30,
Terry--accompanied by his
young daughter and attorney
John Middleton--appealed to
the Florida Parole Commission
asking that his parole be
terminated, so that he could
move to Texas where he has
inherited property and his ex-
wife lives.
State Attorney Robert "Skip"
Jarvis was also on hand for
the hearing and stated his
opposition to releasing Terry
from parole.
"Terry was one of three
individuals who killed Mr.
Neeley for the few dollars he
had on him, his paycheck and
his truck."
After hearing the position of
"* Please see page 2


Perry Police Department
(PPD) Det. Dwight Norris,
who is a member of the U.S.
Marshals Florida Regional
Fugitive Task Force, assisted in
the arrest of a Crestview man
wanted in connection with a
homicide and armed robbery
early Wednesday morning in
Madison.
A..Aording to investigators
from the Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office, Deaundros L.
Blackshear, 23, was involved in
an armed robbery on Nov. 15,
in Destin, which ended in the
shooting death of 21-year-old
Junior Christopher Ferguson.
Information released


indicated that Blackshear and
co-defendant Arderiuss Warren
set up a deal with Ferguson
and Peter Frazier to purchase
$1,000 worth of cellular
telephones. As Frazier and
Warren discussed the deal and
exchanged money, Blackshear
is alleged to have pulled out
a gun killing Ferguson and
wounding Frazier. ...
Arderiuss Warren was
arrested by Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office on Nov. 16
for unrelated drug charges and
charged on Nov. 17 with the
murder and armed robbery of
-* Please see page 5


Titan reports for duty


Sheriff L.E. "Bummy" Williams, left, and Sgt. Harper Gibson are shown with Titan,
the department's newest drug detection K-9. The yellow lab will turn two in January
and is trained to detect marijuana, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine.


10 kilos of marijuana seized


A rookie at the Taylor County
Sheriff's Office (TCSO) has
only been on duty for about
two months, but he is already
earning his stripes.
New drug detection K-9
TuLan. a nearly two-year-old
Yellow Lab, discovered 10
kilos-which equates to 22
pounds-of marijuana during a
routine traffic stop.
Titan alerted to the presence
of the drug and his handler, Sgt.
Harper Gibson discovered the
large bundle during a search of


The City of Perry and downtown merchants have decked the halls and are ready
to kick off the Christmas season. Color bows and banners can be seen throughout
downtown. Oversized ornaments decorate the tree located in front of City Hall (which
is reflected in the red glass ornament above).



Celebrate the season


Christmas may still be more
than three weeks away, but
tonight (Friday), the holiday
arrives early in downtown Perry.
The Downtown Christmas
on the Square will feature


children's activities, train rides
and, of course, Santa Claus.
The annual event will
begin at 5 p.m. and continue
through 8 p.m.
A ceremonial tree lighting at


the Historical Society building
on Main Street will be held at 6
p.m., followed by the inaugural
Jingle Paws Dog Parade.
-"* Please see page 2


the vehicle.
"The stop initiated as the
result of a traffic violation.
Good law enforcement work
on the part of Sgt. Gibson, and
Titan's keen sense, led to the
arrest of the driver, Stephen
Walter Mink, 51, of Perry,"
TCSO Capt. Ron Rice said.
Mink was charged with
possession of more than 20
grams of cannabis with the
intent to sell.
"Titan is well-trained and
well-motivated. This is just the


first of many cases we expect
him to be involved with," Rice
said.
This year marks the 10th
anniversary of the sheriff's
office K-9 program and Titan
is the third dog paired with
Gibson.
The first K-9, Jeremiah, was
donated to the department from
Madison and the Lundy family
gave the second K-9, Kilo, to
the department. Both retired
,- Please see page 2


Wildfires on



the rise here


The Florida Forest Service
(FFS) responded to more than
twice the number of wildfires
during the past year than the
previous one, but the number of
acres burned only jumped about
30 percent.
That's according to numbers
presented recently to the Taylor
County Commission as part of
the FFS's annual report of its
activities here.
"We were very, very lucky,"
FFS Taylor County Forest
Area Supervisor
Jack Smith told
commissioners.
"The support
given to the
Florida Forest
Service by the
Taylor County
Commission,
Taylor County
Fire-Rescue,
local volunteer
fire departments
and cooperators was, once
again, very instrumental in
helping to limit the impact of
wildfires on Taylor County
residents," Smith said.
During the agency's fiscal
year, which ran from July
1, 2010, through June 30,
FFS responded to 80 fires,
up significantly from the 33
reported the previous year.
The total acres burned,
however, only increased from


152 to 194.
The most common cause of
wildfires was debris burning,
with 22 fires burning 34 acres.
Lightning was responsible for
the most lost acres, with 19 fires
burning 131 acres.
Smith pointed out that
lightning has remained a
primary source for starting fires,
adding that in the past several
months, they had 18 new fires
in one day due to lilghtinog
One way the FFS works to
prevent wildfires
is through its
Slprescribed burn
program.
"The Florida
Forest Service
issues burning
authorizations
for a o iculauri,.
sil vicultural
and rural land
clearing burns
to the residents
of Taylor County. Through
this authorization process,
the Florida Forest Service is
better able to regulate and
ensure proper and safe outdoor
burning.
"We are very pro-active with
this program," Smith said. "We
want people to burn, because it
cuts down on the chances of a
fire, but we also want them to
burn the right way under the
right conditions."


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Two sections 122 Year, No. 48 Religion................... A-6
www.perrynewspapers.com Sports.................... A-7


Community ......... B-1
Entertainment ........ B-2
TV listings ............. B-3
Classifieds ........... B-4


Friday 69
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Saturday 74
37


Sunday 73'
48


PPD officer assists


in apprehension of


homicide suspect


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TCSO K-9 program now in its 10th year
TITAN TCSO's law enforcement trust program for the sheriff's office marijuana, cocaine, heroin
Continued from page 1 fund. to have and Harper has done a and methamphetamine. We
COtinued from page 1 "That's the fund where tremendous job since it began in are working on his MDMA
from active duty. Jeremiah died any money that is seized and 2001," he said. (Ecstasy) certification now,"
three years ago and Kilo "is "16rfeited to the department is Titan was already trained Gibson said.
enjoying the good life with my kept. So this new K-9 didn't when he was matched with "He is a passive alert dog,
family," Gibson said. cost taxpayers anything," Gibson. The pair then took which means he sits when he
Titan was obtained through Sheriff L.E. "Bummy" Williams part in an intensive two-week finds something. He will also be
Southern Coast K-9 and was said. handler training program. used in drug education programs
purchased with money from the "A K-9 unit is a great "He is trained to detect throughout the community."


3rd man paroled in April


A bright star tops
City Park.


SEASON
Continued from page 1
Music will be provided by
the First Baptist Church Youth
Group.
Additionally, Northside
Church of God is sponsoring
a Winter Wonderland inside
Rosehead's banquet hall,
featuring Mr. and Mrs. Claus.
The city, along with
many businesses, have been


the Christmas tree on display at


PAROLE
Continued from page 1
the two sides, the commission
denied Terry's request for early
termination and suggested that
an inquiry should be made as
to whether his parole could
be transferred to Texas for
supervision.
"The commission did modify
Terry's parole to require only
semi-annual reporting," Jarvis
said.
The matter will be reviewed
again in 2012.
Neeley, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lowell Neeley, was
returning to Perry from a


construction job in Palatka
when he befriended Terry,
Robert Lee Wade and Earl R.
Styer, and offered to give them
a ride.
According to reports, Wade
initiated a plan to rob and kill
Neeley.
All three men were charged
with murder. During parole
hearings in November, the
commission denied a request
to reduce Styer's life sentence.
Florida Department of
Correction's records indicate
that Wade was paroled in April
of this year after serving 34
years of a life sentence. He is
currently living in Bradenton.


spreading the Christmas spirit
this week with a wide variety
of decorations now covering
storefronts, light poles and trees
throughout downtown.
Downtown businesses
will be open late tonight
to accommodate holiday
shoppers.
Coinciding with Christmas
on the Square, O'Quinn
Pharamacy is celebrating its
100 year anniversary today.


Toy Run rolls out Saturday
The 2011 Toy Run benefitting Guardian ad Litem will roll out
at 11 a.m. Saturday, starting at the Taylor County Courthouse.
Admission is a new, unwrapped toy or a $20 donation. The run will
include a scenic route through Taylor County to Econfina Resort
where participants will be treated to a complimentary lunch and
free concert with Alibi performing.


PRESIDENTIAL

PREFERENCE PRIMARY

ELECTION

January 31,2012
WHAT IS A PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE
PRIMARY (PPP) ELECTION?
An election to select the candidate who runs against
the incumbent President. Only voters registered in the
party of the candidates running are eligible to vote on
that contest. As a reminder, by law, Florida is a closed
primary state. Voters may only vote for candidates
in their party of registration, and because there are
no democratic candidates, minor party candidates
or amendments on the ballot for the PPP, it will be
a partisan election for registered Republicans only.
Please call the Supervisor of Elections office at (850-
838-3515 to verify your party of registration. You may
also visit our website at
www.tavlorelections.com and
choose My Registration Status.


Book Closing Date
January 3,2012


BOOK CLOSING
The book closing date is the statewide deadline to
register to vote or make any party changes. The book
closing date for the Presidential Preference Primary
Election is January 3, 2012. If you need to register to
vote or would like to make a party change you must
complete a voter registration form and submit it to the
elections office on or before this book closing date.
Once the registration books close, only updates to a
voter's name, address and signature shall be permitted.

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Christopher 'Lee' Cathey, Lyndsey Marie Hill


March wedding to


unite Hill, Cathey


Edward and Susan Hill,
former residents of Port St. Joe
and Perry, announce the
engagement and forthcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Lyndsey Marie Hill, to
Christopher "Lee" Cathey, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Cathey
of Mexico Beach.
The bride-to-be is the
granddaughter of Virginia
Green of St. Joe Beach, the late
Paul Green, Robert Franck of
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Her great-grandfather is the
late Curtis Whitfield.
She is a graduate of Lee
County High School in
Leesburg, Ga., and a 2008
graduate of the University of
Georgia with a Bachelor of
Science degree in biology. She
currently teaches science at
North Bay Haven School in
Panama City.
The prospective groom is the
grandson of Marion Cathey of
Mexico Beach, the late W.O.
Cathey, Marjorie Sasser of
Panama City and the late James
E. Goff.
He is a graduate of Port St.
Joe High School and attended
Gulf Coast State College. He
is currently a managing partner


of Cathey's Ace Hardware in
Mexico Beach.
A March 3, 2012, wedding is
planned in the First Baptist
Church of Port St. Joe.


Need a tour

ticket? 10

are left...

Tickets to this year's
Holiday Tour of Homes have
been selling like hotcakes, and
Perry Woman's Club President
Iris Parker reports that only 10
are left.
"If anyone wants one of
these remaining tickets, please
contact me right away at 838-
6949," she said.
The self-guided tour will be
held Sunday 1-5 p.m. Your
ticket is your passport to the
six homes which include: the
residence of Alan and Tracy
Hall; the home of Eunice York
Higgs; Earl Swann's home; the
home of Chet and Terry
Thompson; the home of Kent
and Alise Thompson, and the
home for Justin and Alison
Webb.
"We appreciate these
wonderful homeowners so
much and hope that by
welcoming you into their
homes, the spirit of Christmas
has been felt and can be shared
with others," Parker said.


k'Taste' the holidays

at Perry Garden

Center Thursday

The Perry Garden Center will spotlight the cooking genius of
Laura Mock on Thursday, Dec. 8, when the community is invited
to taste cheesecakes galore (such as Five-Layer Key Lime,
Mississippi Mud, Pumpkin with Ginger Cream Topping, Double
Chocolate with Ganache and Sun-Dried Tomato) as well as hot
soups such as Jambalaya and Sausage Corn Chowder.
As a special feature this year, Doris Lepoma--who teaches dance
in Tallahassee-- will perform from 5-6 p.m. The event gets
underway at 4 p.m. and concludes at 7.

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Webbs' 11O-yr.-old home


featured on Sunday tour


With a historical focus, this year's Holiday
Tour of Homes showcases six homes, including
that of Justin and Alison Webb, located at 602 W.
Bay Street.
"Built in 1901, both the house and its inviting,
wrap-around porch were constructed of heart
pine. All rooms have 12-foot ceilings with
original tongue-and-groove walls," said Iris
Parker, who is chairing the tour with Jeanne
Raulerson. "Two of the three bedrooms have
their original fireplaces."
Locally, the home is known as the Daisy
Williams home since it was purchased by the
Williamses in the 1930s. Fred Williams had a
shop behind the home where he stored the candy
for his business. "All the grandchildren called it


'the candy shop' and family members have fond
memories of enjoying candy and drinking Cokes
while rocking and swinging on the front porch,"
said Parker.
Later, the home was purchased by Keith
Padgett who refurbished the structure and
refinished all its original hardwood floors.
In 2005, the Webbs bought the home and
began their own remodeling, adding a bathroom
and laundry room. (Originally, the house had
only one bathroom.)
The kitchen has also been completely updated
with stainless steel appliances, solid surface
countertops and new cabinets. Ceramic tile
flooring extends throughout the kitchen, laundry
room and bathrooms.


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Open Wednesday Sunday
6:30 am til 2:30 pm
Closed Mondays & Tuesdays


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Featuring Locally Grown Fresh Vegetables
.& Homemade Desserts (to-g9 buffet available)
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Call Early for Christmas Party Reservations, also
Party Platters, Pumpkin Rolls & Homemade Desserts
Full Christmas Dinners To Go


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Before December 31st


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for the year, NOW is the time to
get services before you h \e to pay
it again. We urge you to use your
available insurance by December 31
and take advantage of your
paid deductible.


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Remember when...


The birds
& the bees


Downtown landmark
For 100 years, the corner of Jefferson Street and Main
has been home to one business, O'Quinn Drug Company
(now known as O'Quinn Pharmacy).
The business was originally established by Barney
O'Quinn, who was a native of Homerville, Ga. He spent
his entire adult life as a druggist, beginning his career
in Mayo.
He came to Perry in 1911 and bought the Tyson Drug
Store, which was located midway in the block on the
west side of the courthouse square. He soon moved to
the Jefferson/Main Street location in the Blair Building
and was on the job until his retirement in the 1950s
when he sold the business to his daughter, Henrietta.
Nearly 30 years later, in 1976, she sold the business
to current owner Brenda Butler Wilson and former
partner Jack Mills. Wilson obtained full ownership in the
pharmacy in 1979.
The photo above captures an early scene of the
downtown district, with the Blair Building featured
prominently. Right, Wilson is shown at the register in
the 1970s. Construction on the building began in 1905
and it was named for the Blair family, which purchased
it in 1928.


t gCance at the j


THE PERRY as "just some more of their
NEWS-HERALD nonsense."


December 2, 1976

WHO WERE THE
OUTSTANDING
STUDENTS?
Dr. Ron Stone, principal of
Taylor County High School, was
pictured with four outstanding
students as selected by the
faculty and administrators:
Ricky Ellison, Pam Trofemuk,
Claude Kelly Jr. and Art
Clemons.

FIRST INJURY IN
HUNTING SEASON
Roy R. Parnell, age 17, was
shot in the arm with buckshot
while hunting in the Wesern
Sloughs. Parnell was a
student at Taylor County Vo-
Tech, and "was mistaken for a
deer."

NEWSPAPER EDITORIAL
'NONSENSE'
Sheriff Maurice Linton
defended the 911 system and
characterized an editorial in
the Taco Times which attacked
the system as a flagrant
waste of taxpayer money


HOSPITAL, CITY
DUKE IT OUT
After a letter from the City
of Perry requesting payment
of outstanding utility bills--
allegedly totaling $2,421--the
front page headlines declared,
"Water,'gas still on at Doctors'
Memorial." City Clerk
Clarence Giddens said the city
"was not about to turn off the
utilities" at the hospital, but
needed the hospital's attention.
Administrator Jim Arnold told
the council the bill would be
paid as soon as the hospital's
tax funds were disbursed, and
also challenged the amount,
suggesting that it was under
$2000.

WHO'S THE BRIDE?
Patricia Ann White became
the bride of John (Kim) Howell.
The couple exchanged vows
in Spring Warrior Church of
Christ.

NEW BABIES
James and Jan Hinkle of
Brierfield, Ala., announced
the birth of their son, James


Perry December 2-3
News-Herald


P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida


3, 2011


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Anthony, on Nov. 21. The
proud grandparents in Perry
were Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Ellison.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Prine
welcomed a son, Bryan Rodger
Prine Jr., to their family on
Nov. 14. He weighed 7 pounds,
3.25 ounces.
Amanda Lee Marble was
born on Nov. 12 at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital to Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Marble. She weighed
7 pounds, 6.75 ounces.

SIX CANDLES
ON HIS CAKE
Todd Flores celebrated his
sixth birthday on Nov. 24 with
brothers, Brad and Kyle, and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Flores.


SALE AT THE
EMPORIUM!
It wasn't a Black Friday
event, but it was an After-
Thanksgiving Sale at .the
Emporium where camouflage
cloth was $1.99 a yard, printed
flannel was 99 cents a yard and
corduroy was $1.59 a yard.
Scottie Discount Drug was
gearing up for the holiday
shopping season by offering
SuperCurl curling irons for
$10.88 and Polaroid's Super
Shooter for $18.99. A Presto-
Burger was $11.88.

CHANNEL 27 ADDED
City Clerk Clarence Giddens
flipped the switch to put
Channel 27 on the local cable
system, Florida Video.


Great stocking stuffers
Looking for a perfect Christmas for the history-buff
on your list? The Taylor County Historical Society has
the solution--complete sets of its "They Were Here"
series are now available. The latest installment (#19) is
expected back from the printers in the next few weeks
and will complete the collection. The society also has
copies of "The Writings of W.T. Cash" for just $40 each
(hardcover). The society's museum will be open tonight
(Friday) in conjunction with the Downtown Christmas
Open House, starting at 4:30 p.m.

SHARE YOUR HISTORY WITH US!
Please call 584-5513 or e-mail newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com.


By ANTHONY L. WHITE
When I turned 14 years old, the
only gifts I wasn't looking forward to
receiving were from my uncles Charles
and Archie. And, it was because their
gifts came after my mother's keen sense
of smell detected a scent she wasn't used
to.
Although I didn't think I smelled
differently, a few days before my 14th
birthday, my mother informed me,
"You're starting to smell your musk
now," which in layman's terms meant I
had started thinking I was grown. That
is why my mother decided it was time
for me to learn all about the birds and
the bees. So, she turned my uncles loose
on me.
My Uncle Archie's speech was short
and simple. "You already know right
from wrong, and that's basically all you
need to know."
More than 30 years after my Uncle
Charles and I sat down for a two-hour
discussion about the birds, the bees, the
flowers and the trees, I'm still trying to
figure out what he was talking about.
My nephew, Ken, turned 14 last
weekend, which means it's time for me
to sit him down for this rite of passage.
Even though I've had a few years to
prepare for this day, I still don't know
how and where to start. I could start at
the beginning if only I knew where it
all began. I could start by asking him
if he has aay q-shtio'ts, bt I' surre'
his response would be, "About what?",
which would put us right back where
we started. Or, and this is only if the two
previous efforts fail, I could wait until he
turns 15.
This won't be the first time that I've
tried to sit one of my nephews down
for this all important discussion about
life after 14, but I'm hoping this time
the birds-and-bees discussion will turn
out better than it did with me and my
nephew, Tony, a few years ago.
"You're 14 now, so it's time for us to sit
down and have a talk," I told Tony a few
days after his birthday.
"About what?" he asked.
"About a lot of things," I replied.
"Like,...?" he solicited.
"Well, we can talk about all the things
you need to know about life after 14," I
answered as best I could.
"Like,...?" he nudged me on.
"Like the birds and the bees," I was
finally able to say.
That's when he laughed and informed
me, "Don't worry about it. I got this."
And because I was ill-prepared for this
moment that every parent, grandparent
or uncle and aunt dreads, I responded,
"I'm sure you do."
That is why I'm hoping my brother,
Tony, or cousin, Greg, will fill in for
me, since I'm sure these birds-and-bees
discussions, like the rest of the world,
have evolved considerably since I was
14. I'm only a few years older than Tony
and Greg, but they haven't spent the
past three decades looking at the world
through rose-colored glasses.
So Ken, if you see me coming, I give
you permission to run and hide. And, if
I see you first, I'll do the same. However,
in case we can't dodge each other and
I'm forced to have this discussion with
you, I won't be mad if you take a page
out of your cousin Tony's notebook and
tell me, "I got this."
Or, since you're not smelling your
musk yet, you can simply tell me to wait
until you're 15.
Trust me. Your uncle won't be mad.


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Bi Bend celebrates the holidays






NFCC hosts its final 'Christmas



at the Mansion' starting Wed.


Along-time holiday tradition is
coming to an end but organizers
are working to make sure it goes
out "in style."
The North Florida Community
College Foundation, Inc., and
the Friends of the Mansion invite
the community to attend the
final Christmas at the Mansion
holiday open house Dec. 7-11
at the Wardlaw-Smith-Goza
Conference Center in Madison.
The mansion will be open to
the public Wednesday through
Friday, Dec. 7-9, from 10 a.m.-
6 p.m.; Saturday, Dec. 10, from
9 anm.-5 p.m.; and Sunday, Dec.
11, from 1-5 p.m.
This year's theme,"AVictorian
Christmas at the Mansion," will
offer a wonderful backdrop for
the grand finale open house
event, organizers said.
"This will be the last
college-sponsored Christmas
at the Mansion open house,"
said Wardlaw-Smith-Goza
Conference Center Coordinator
Maria Greene.
"We appreciate all the
support from our Friends of the
Mansion members and from the
community. We want this to be
the best Christmas at the Mansion
to date, so please join us as we


celebrate the holiday season and
the beautiful Wardlaw-Smith-
Goza Conference Center this
December."
Visitors will see the historic
mansion transformed into a
spectacular holiday extravaganza
featuring Victorian style
Christmas d6cor.
NFCC also invites parents to
bring their children to "Cookies
with Santa" on Saturday, Dec. 10,
from 9 a.m.-l p.m. at the WSG
Conference Center. "Cookies
with Santa" is sponsored by the
Junior Auxiliary of Madison
County. The public is invited to
stop by anytime during the open


house hours. For group tours, call
in advance at (850) 973-9432.
Although this is the last NFCC
sponsored Christmas at the
Mansion event, the Wardlaw-
Smith-Goza Conference Center
will remain open following the
holiday open house.
"It will be business as usual
with wedding rentals, tours and
other events," said Greene. "We
will continue to run the mansion
and open it to the public for tours
and events for as long as our
current budget allows."
For more information, contact
Greene at (850) 973-9432 or
email greenem@nfcc.edu.


Madison lights up'Saturday


"Light Up Madison,"
hosted by the Kiwanis Club of
Madison County, will be held
Saturday, Dec. 3.
The event will feature a
Christmas Parade, 30-plus


decorated Christmas trees, a
movie on the courthouse lawn,
live mannequins and elves, a
chili cook-off, a one-mile Jingle
Jog, live entertainment, hay
rides and more.


Greenville hosts country Christmas
Greenville will host Hayes Park.
its Greenville Country For more information contact


Christmas today (Friday) and
Saturday, Dec. 2-3 in Hayffee


Margaret Poppell at 850-948-
9949.


Suspect found hiding with 2 children

inside Madison County residence


HOMICIDE SUSPECT
Continued from page 1
Ferguson and Frazier.
Okaloosa County sheriff's
deputies identified Deaundros
Blackshear as the alleged shooter
in the robbery and have been
pursuing Blackshear throughout
Nbrth,. .Florida and.. South.
Alabama since the incident.
Members of the US Marshals
Florida Regional Fugitive
Task Force were contacted
by Okaloosa investigators
on Friday, Nov. 18, after
information was obtained that
Blackshear may have fled to the
Madison County area.
Task Force members working
with the Madison County
Sheriff's Office identified
several family members and
known associates of Blackshear
who were currently living in
Madison County.
Information developed by
Madison investigators lead a
team of task force officers to
a residence in the 200 block
of Anderson Pond Way early
Wednesday, Nov. 30.
U.S. Marshals Task
Force officers and Madison
County deputies surrounded
the residence and located
Blackshear inside the residence
hiding in a room with two small
female children. Blackshear
surrendered to the overwhelming
law enforcement presence after
a brief standoff and was booked
into the Madison County Jail
where he awaits extradition back
to Okaloosa County.
The Tallahassee Division
of the FRFTF is comprised


of law enforcement officers
from the Florida Department
of Law Enforcement, Gadsden
County Sheriff's Office, Leon
County Sheriff's Office, Leon
County State Attorney's Office,
Liberty County Sheriff's Office,
Madison County Sheriff's
Office, Perry Police Department,
JTallabassee Police .Department,
Taylor County Sheriff's Office
and the Wakulla County
Sheriff's Office. These local law
enforcement agencies contribute


approximately 23 officers in
both full-time and part-time
roles with the officers sworn in
as Special Deputy US Marshals
who have the authority to cross
their normal jurisdictional lines
to pursue fugitives wanted for
violent crimes by their respective
departments.
Norris is one of three PPD
officers who are members of the
task force, which includes Det.
Sgt. Gene Franklin and K-9 Ptl.
Brian Curry.


Lunch Specials

. i, Monday Friday
Starting at 1525 plus tax




Restaurant


Karaoke
Thursday 7 p.m. 10 p.m.

Happy Hour
Monday Saturday


pm pm Authentic Mexican Food

Full Service Par
Mon. Sat. 11 AM -10 PM
2241 S. Byron Butler Pkwy
(850) 504-7779


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A-5 Perry News-Herald December 2-3, 2011

12th Annual

Kiwanis Radio Auction

December 5th & 6th
Beginning at 6:00PM

On The Zone 95.3 FM, Froggy 93.5 FM

Dockins Broadcast Group

To Place a bid call 223-1400 or 838-1818
Cash Contributors: Advanced Refrigeration, Buckeye, Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union,
Frucon, Jack Tedder, Bishop & Bishop Law Firm, State Farm Insurance-lna Padgett, Tree Capital
Credit Union, Chemring, Grady Moore Real Estate, Andrews Drugs, Badcock Furniture, Bennett's
Glass, and more to come.


Item Description
1101 $50.00 Gift Certificate
Tree Capital Cleaning
1103 $30.00 ;Git Certificate
Michelle's Bull Pen

1105 Set of\vo Dlecorator Candle
Holders
South I Iouse
1107 One Year Subscription
Woods & Water
1109 $50.00 Gift Certificate
I handy Rentals
1111 $50.00 Gift Certificate
Tree Capital Cleaning
1113 $50.00 Gift Certificate
Tree Capital Cleaning


1115 One Month Gifl Certificate
Curves

1117 Two lDecorator Snowflake
Large Candle Ilolders
South I louse
1119 5/8" 50 1t No Kink Water
[lose
Cashway Building Products
1121 Lube, Oil. Filter, Incl Diesel
15 qt max.
Timberland Ford
1123 Set of 'T\o Decorator Table
Top Candle Holders
1125 $25.00 Gift Certificate
Debbie's Je\wels

1127 $25.00 Gift Certificate
Deal's Famous Oyster I louse


1129 One HIour Massage
Pam Wyllic Massage Therapy

1131 One Large Party Platter
Subway

1133 One Month (ilt Certificate
Curves
1135 One Estate Planning Session
Mike Smith Attorney

1137 Tire Rotate and Balance
Yarbrough Tire Co.

1139 Lube Oil Change Gift Card
Super LIube
2001 $50.00 Gift Certificate
Tree Capital Cleaning
2002 $100 Gift Certificate
Springhill Nursery

2004 Slim line Pad I older Nw/
Calculator and Bus. Card
Holder
2006 2011-2012 Autographed Wall
Calendar
Jax. Jaguar Cheerleaders
2008 $25.00 Gift Certificate
Deal's Famous Oyster IHouse

2010 Large One Topping Pizza
Domino's Pizza

2012 Woodland Pine Lace Table
Topper, Made In LISA
Zeigler's Florist
2014 One Estate Planning Session
Howard & Curtis Law Firm
2016 $25.00 Gift Certificate
Pinstripes and Polka Dots
2018 V Day Fishing Charter, Up to
Four People
FloriDaze Adventures.
Mexico Beach
2020 One Extensive Eye Exam
Vision Arts Eyccare Center

2022 One Year Subscription
Woods & Water
2024 Lube, Oil, Filter, Incl Diesel
15 qt max.
Timberland Ford
2026 Large One 'lpping Pizza
Domino's Pizza
2028 Columbia Shirt & Gas Fish
Fryer
.lack's Boats & Trailers

2030 $25.00 Gill Certificate
Deal's Famous Oyster House

2032 Large lioliday Snowman
Server Tray
South I louse
201)34 Eye Exam and Contact l,ens
Certificate
Accent Eyecare Center
2036 T'BA
Eagle's Nest

2038 Eight Mile Creek Painting
Sue & Marshall Ilicks

2040 Case of 2 Cycle Oil. 6 (al.
Wlre Oil


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S45.00

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$50.00

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$500.00

$104.00


1102 $25.00 Gift Certificate
Deal's Famous Oyster louse
1104 Lube. Oil. Filter. Incl Diesel
15 qt max.
Timberland Ford
1106 Gill Certificate bor Two
Sandwich or Salad w/Bev.

1108 $25.00 Free Dry Cleaning
'olwn and Country Cleaners
1110 Radio Boom Box
Burns Monument
1112 Large One Topping Pizza
Domino's Pizza
1114 $25.00 Gift Certificate
Towards
Chainsaw/Lawnmower
Repair
Mims Power Center
1116 Decorator Wall Hanging
Candle Hiolder
South House
1118 Digital Camera Deluxe
Starter Kit
Cox Electronics/Radio Shack
1120 2011-2012 Autographed Wall
Calendar
Jax. Jaguar Cheerleaders
1122 One Time Pest Control
Service
Live Oak Pest Control
1124 12 Volt Portable Jump Starter
Bassett's Dairy
1126 Mr. GW Lube, Oil &Filter
(Excludes Diesel and Syn.)
Thomas Chevrolet
1128 Party in a Box. 4 Boxes
Margaritaville Frozen
Shrimp, One Bottle Margarita
Mix
Parrotheads in Perry-Disc
1'130 $25.00 Gift Certificate
The Christian Bookstore at
O'Quinns's
1132 Set Of Raggedy Ann and
Andy Dolls

1134 10 Amp Battery Charger
Perry Auto Supply
1136 $25.00 Gitl Certificate
Tri-County Electric Co-op

1138 24 inch Handheld Aluminum
Tote
American Aluminum
1140 Boat Cover for 14-16t1 Boat
Anonymous


2003 Decorator Glass Bowl
w/Stand
South House
2005 One Month Gift Certificate
Curves

2007 Travelling Self Propelled
Lawn Sprinkler
Ragan's Ace Hardware
2009 One Classic Facial
His, Hers, & Ours Salon &
Spa
2011 Mr. GW Lube. Oil &Filter
(Excludes Diesel and Syn.)
Thomas Chevrolet
2013 Garnet Earring Set
Mitch's Gold and Diamonds

2015 $30.00 Gift Certificate
Michelle's Bull Pen
2017 $25.00 Gift Certificate
Poppa Jim's Seafood Grille
2019 Rechargeable Book light
Cox Electronics/Radio Shack


2021 Three Month Membership
Gift Certificate
New Dimensions Health &
Fitness
2023 $50.00 Gift Certificate
Tree Capital Cleaning
2025 One Large Etched Glass Vase
South Iouse

2027 $50.00 Gift Certificate
Iland)y Rentals
2029 One Pound Fresh Homemade
Olde English Beef Jerky
Big Dcnny's World Famous
Beef Jerky
2031 TBA
laylor Gynmnastics.
Chelerleading & Dance
2033 Five Rounds of Golf w/ Cart
Perry Golf and Country Club

2035 RI)S Silverline Toolbox
RDS Manufacturing

2037 Lube. Oil. Filter. Incl Diesel
15 qt max.
Timberland Ford

2039 45 Minute Airplane Ride/2
more can ride for $35.00 each

2041 $25.00 Gift Certificate
Tri-County Electric Co-op.


December 5ht Items 1101 to 1140
December 6h' Items 2001 to 2043


2042 .ublx Oil Change G(il Card $30.00 2043 $25.00 Gill Certificate
Super Lube Pouncey's


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Sunday, December 4, Day of Prayer

for the Victims of Drug Abuse in Taylor County

Taylor County has been greatly harmed by drug abuse. Families have been torn apart.
Lives have been lost. Property has been stolen and destroyed. Children, women and the
elderly have been abused. Jobs have been lost and prisons are full. But there is hope.
God promises to hear and answer the fervent effectual prayers of His people. We ask that
all churches, organizations, Sunday school classes, families, individuals and other groups
take a few minutes on Sunday, Dec. 4, to ask for God's help in Taylor County.
Let us join together and:
Pray for the victims and families of those devastated by drug abuse.
Pray for those who are currently struggling with addiction.
Pray for the protection and safety of the law enforcement, EMT, fire and medical teams
in Taylor County, who faithfully and at great personal risk carry out their duty combating
the illegal drug trade and its effects.
Pray that those who harm our citizens by bringing illegal drugs into Taylor County
Will be stopped.
God's Word declares that if His people pray, He will answer.
In the day of my trouble I will call upon thee: for thou wilt answer me. Psalms 86:7
When the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord
shall lift up a standard against him. Isaiah 59:19
Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and show thee great and mighty things,
which thou knowest not. Jeremiah 33:3
Thank you and may God bless you for your prayers.
Sponsored by Taylor County Noon Day Prayer & Taylor County Prayer Initiative
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Religion


A-6 Perry News-Herald December 2-3, 2011


Need a Christmas fruitcake?


Perry Church of God is "still in the kitchen"
baking fruitcakes for your holiday gatherings
Please call 584-2010 to place an order and
schedule pick-up.


Fruitcakes come in a variety of sizes, ranging
from $6 to $30. Nut cakes are also available in
two sizes: $12 for a two-pound cake and $18 for
a three-pound cake.


Car wash to benefit Taylor County's homeless


A car wash fund-raiser to
benefit Taylor County's
homeless will be held Saturday,
Dec. 3, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
at Walgreens on S. Byron


clothing vouchers," organizers
from Auto Tech, LLC, said.
"You can also help by
donating new or gently used


clothing items, shoes and non-
perishable food. For additional
information, please contact
223-1230.


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Live nativity returns...
Last year's live nativity scene, as presented by New Home Baptist Church, was a
poignant reminder of "the reason for the season." It returns this year, beginning
tonight (Friday) for Christmas On The Square from 6-8 p.m. where downtown
visitors can pause and admire. Then the shepherds will line up at New Home Baptist
on Monday nights (Dec. 5, 12 and 1, from 6-8 p.m. The troupe will also travel
to Shady Grove on Dec. 17 for the animal Christmas parade/celebration.

It's not yet Christmas, but rehearsals

will begin for annual MLK celebration


Dr. Phillip Combs, director/musician, has
issued a call for "all voices" needed for the 2012
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative
Celebration. Choir rehearsals will be held at
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church on the
following dates and times:


In December, practices are planned for
Saturday, Dec. 10 at 3 p.m. and Tuesday, Dec. 13,
at 6 p.m.
January rehearsals all begin at 6 p.m. and are
scheduled for Monday, Jan. 2, Tuesday, Jan. 3,
Thursday, Jan. 5, and Saturday, Jan. 7.


Thanksgiving abundance
During the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, Perry
Lodge No. 187 reports that it was "pleased to have been
able to adopt four families." Shown left to right with
one of the recipients of their Thanksgiving abundance
is Worshipful Master Wesley White, Treasurer James
Lockett, Senior Deacon Walter Wright and Senior
Warden Floyd Mango.


Card of

Thanks
Sparkman
We wish to express our
sincere appreciation to our
friends and family for your
kindness, food, cards and
prayers during our time of loss.
Special thanks to Burns
Funeral Home, Big Bend
Hospice, Perry Masonic Lodge
#123, Perry Plaza Florist and
the minister, choir and
congregation from First United
Methodist Church of Perry.
With gratitude,
De Sparkman & Family


Butler Parkway. Hot dogs and Worship with us at
drinks will also be served, for
donations only.o St. James Episcopal Church
"All proceeds will go to
purchasing Christmas gift SUNDAY SERVICES N
baskets including food and Holy Eucharist: 8 &10 a.m.
Sunday School 9 a.m.
Nursery Available
Spaghetti will Locatedat 1100W. GreenSt. i
Church Office: 584-7636
feed you on email: stjameschurch@fairpoint.net
fee you ontp://www.stjamesperryorg
Wednesday!


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Solid Rock Apostolic
Ministries is gearing up for a
big fund-raiser next week, and
cordially requests your
patronage.
Tickets are $6 for spaghetti
dinners which will also include
salad, soda, garlic bread or a
dinner roll.
The church asks that you
please call 838-3908 today to
secure your ticket and arrange
for delivery next week.


St, JoE0s Christian Fellowship.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
iorong Worship 11:00 a.m. Study/Prayer Meeting
Cody McNeese, pastor
Nurseiy and Children's Ministr Provided
Located-at the Intersetion of Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd. 584-725


FREE .-

HOMES & --
Mansions with beautiful gardens, streets paved with gold. Nice
neighborhood. Must believe to see. Free to all who ask.
"Whoever calls upon the name of the Lord will be saved." Rom, 10:13
Please respond to
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"


SUNDAY SERVICES
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship


WEDNESDAY SERVICES
6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
Darrell Jones, Pastor
Hwy. 27 584-5688


Yvonne: 50 never looked better


"Come unto to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest."
Come and learn more about our Lord, Worship with us together in Spirit and In Truth at


Come study online http://en.netlog.com/lronyoda


Sunday Morning Bible Study at 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship Services at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday evening at 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study at 7:30 p.m.


Everyone is our Honored Guest!
714 N.Calhoun St.-Perry Fla.
Telephone 584-2645
Email- perrycoc@gmail.com


Jean Murphy, M.D. has joined the Covenant Tallahassee Team.
As the Medical Director for Covenant, Dr. Murphy will
provide medical expertise to our clinical care team.
Dr. Murphy will also collaborate with community physicians to
provide end-of-life care and will continue to make physician
home visits to Covenant patients and families.


Covenant
HO S"P ICE -
Licensed in Florida in 1983

Perry: 584-9886 Tallahassee: 575-4998 covenanthospice.org


M P ItMIiS


featuring
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j osI Nolano with recording artist
I Flshbone Fred


Jiffy Food Stores
4 Convenient Locations
703 S. Jefferson (OPEN 24 HOURS)


Badcocks,.,
HOME FURNITURE vI .
1225 S. Jefferson St. 584-5891
Established 1904 "We'll Treat You Right"



Goodman's BBQ
2429 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-3751
"Best BBQ in Taylor County"



Buckeye Community

Federal Credit Union
1825 S. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. 32348 1-850-584-7100


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Sports


Keaton Beach

Fishing Report



Water temperatures


dropping in the Gulf


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
Trout fishing was great before
the w-i-n-d and rain hit Sunday
and Monday. Live pinfish and
shrimp rigged under Cajuns,
topwater plugs and Berkley
Gulp all took fish over the
Thanksgiving weekend.
Water temps in the Gulf had
dropped from 72-73 degrees to
62 63 degrees by Monday and
will probably be in the upper
50's by this weekend.
Jimmy Douglas of Heritage
Home Builders in Homerville,
Ga., took Frank Smith, MaryAnn
and W.C. Burkhalter out with
him Saturday and they limited
out on trout with 20 fish over 16
inches with four over 22 inches.
Jimmy fished in 3.5-4 feet of
water with live pinfish and
shrimp under Cajuns. This crew
also had one keeper red and 11
black sea bass (bsb). Jimmy had
a 40-plus inch long red on only
to lose it to "popped line" (an
event occurring when patience
and drags are too tight). They
also lost a sow trout "around


five plus pounds." Both fish left
taking the entire Cajun Thunder
rigs with them!
Here are some reports from
Saturday's fishing from Keaton
Beach Marina:
Pat and Jay Thornhill of
Griffin, Ga., had their limit of
trout using plugs in 3-3.5 feet of
water.
Wyatt Haney of Quitman, Ga.,
had his limit of trout and two
flounder on New Penny Gulp in
2.5 feet of water.
Ed and Jace Newton of Tifton,
Ga., had 6 trout and 6 bsb using
topwater plugs and Gulp in 3.5
feet of water.
Ray Southerland of Adel, Ga.,
had a limit of trout to 25 inches
and 6 bsb in 3-4 feet of water
using live pinfish under Cajuns.
Eric Slaughter took Aunt Punk
and caught their limit of trout
and two reds on topwater from
2.5 feet of water. On Sunday
Eric went out again, this time
with Vince Freeman and caught
reds, releasing three over 30
inches and keeping a 26 incher
and 24 incher, again on plugs.


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Darton finishes as national runners-up after

falling to Tyler Texas in championship game


The #3 seed Darton College
Cavaliers, a team on which
local players Brooke Barton
and Savannah Cantrell play,
finished their season last week
with a heart-breaking loss in the
NJCAA National Title game to
Tyler Texas, the #1 team in the
country.
To get to the national
championship game the
Cavaliers had to win two tough
matches against the #12 Monroe
CC and the undefeated #2
Scottsdale College.
The team cruised in the first
match to a 4-1 victory against
Monroe Community College in
Thursday afternoon's opening
round game of the tournament.
The victory, which avenged
Darton's loss to Monroe in the
2005 national title game, was
also the 200th win in the history
of the program.
"I think everyone contributed
and that was key. We were able
to go to the bench when we got
the lead," said Coach Veilands,
especially noting the play of
Barton, who came off the bench
to play defense.
Shelby Bush scored the first
goal on an assist by Cantave,
who dribbled nearly the length
of the field before centering the
ball to Bush. Cantrell netted the
second goal on a loose ball out
wide that she took to goal and
laid off a perfect shot between
the keeper and the near post to
give the Lady Cavs a 2-0 lead
at halftime. Monroe scored on
a penalty kick to open up the


second half but the Cavaliers
finished the game with 2 more
goals to close it out.
On Friday the No. 4 nationally
ranked Lady Cavs turned a 1-0
deficit in the second half into a
2-1 double overtime win against
No. 2-ranked and previously
unbeaten Scottsdale (Ariz.)
during the semifinal round of
the NJCAA Division I National
Championships, vaulting Darton
back to the title game for the first
time since they fell one win short
of the crown in 2005.
The national championship
game on Sunday pitted Darton
against a confident #1 ranked
Tyler Texas with a record of 23-0.
But their confidence soon turned
to doubt when the Cavaliers
came out and controlled the first
half. The Cav's scored early in
the first half only to have the
referee make a phantom call and
negate the goal.
"This time we got (hosed),"
Veilands said. "The refss) took
a goal away from us that we
completely disagree with, and
the bottom line is we can't beat
the refs and Tyler in the same
game. Not gonna happen.
"The ref said Kelly bumped
into the goalie. I mean, she
didn't come close to touching
the goalie," Veilands said. "I've
had numerous people there who
saw it, and those who watched it
online, tell me the same thing.
And Kelly said she didn't touch
her, much less interfere."
The score remained 0-0 until
the second half when Tyler


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Veilands said this loss hurt
far worse than in 2005. "It's so
disappointing. We did everything
right, and I truly believe we were
the better team. This (loss) is
definitely more frustrating than
the last one," said Veilands.
As for Brooke Barton it was
her final year of eligibility and
she will be transferring to West
Florida in the spring.
"I'm disappointed that we
didn't win the national title, but
we proved we can play with
anybody, beating undefeated
Scottsdale and putting a scare
in Tyler," said Barton. "I heard
them talking on the field and you
could tell we had them rattled.
This was a special year and I
wouldn't trade the experience
for anything, especially me


and Savannah having the
opportunity of playing together
from recreation all the way
through college."
Cantrell says she'll return next
year, although she is sorry to
see Barton and her other upper
classmates leave. "I never played
with such talented players who
I truly loved playing, hanging
out, and just being together. I
couldn't stop crying after the
game knowing we wouldn't all
set foot together on the field
again," said Cantrell.
"I'm going to miss them, and
especially Brooke. Hopefully
.next year's team will have the
same success as this year's. It
hasn't sunk in yet how important
of a game it was, but I know one
day it will be a special memory
knowing me and Brooke played
in a national championship
college soccer game with a
great group of girls, and our
team could play with the best of
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Service of Remembrance


to be held Tuesday, Dec. 6


Giving back
Above, Shady Grove Citizens
Council Chair Claire Hatcher,
left, presents a $750 check to
the Shady Grove Volunteer Fire
Department. Shown with her are (I
to r) Gary Holden, Norma Holden
and Steve Wentz. (Right) County
Commissioner presents a donation
to the newly formed council at its
recent auction and fish fry. She
is shown presenting a check to
council member Florrie Burroughs.


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Council will host the annual
Service of Remembrance on
Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 6 p.m., at the
Perry Garden Club.
Big 'Bend Hospice's
Service of Remembrance is a
non-denominational service that
brings together Taylor County
residents to honor the memories
of loved ones during this special
time of the year.
"Attending the Service of
Remembrance has become an
annual community event," said
Michele Brantley, community
resource coordinator for Taylor
County.
"The service provides the


community with a special time
to honor the memories of loved
ones who have died and to
affirm that they are forever in
our hearts."



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music and words of comfort,
and will conclude with a special
candle lighting ceremony and
passing of the candlelight in
memory of loved ones.
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must your loss be recent.
"Each year area families take
this time to pause during the
busy holiday season and honor
grandmothers, grandfathers,
aunts, uncles, mothers,
fathers, friends and other
loved ones. It has become
a part of many people's
holiday tradition," Brantley
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Final countdown for 2011


...reflection is good for the soul


ByDELORESWALKER

With the final countdown of
2011 staring me in the face, it
brought to mind all the events
that had been a part of my life
throughout the year.
Over the course of my
lifetime I have learned the value
of sorting through memories
with a detachment that allows


me to tuck some away for
further inspection at a later
date while many simply remain
within easy reach and are taken
out almost on a daily basis for
enjoyment.
Memories are who we are,
where we've been and the
vehicle that takes us into the
future. They are a blessing
from our Creator that should be
treated with respect but never
allowed to overwhelm us to the
point they become a burden.
So, with this thought in mind,
let's take a look at the year with
a thankful heart. January is easy.
It means we can start all over
again. A new beginning....and
maybe a little payback from the
government!
February at the Walker
homestead is the month we
celebrate the most birthdays.
It's filled with parties for
some of the most talented and
beautiful children in the world.
Notthat I'm the least bit biased
mind you, just stating the truth
according to this proud G'ma.
March comes in with a cool
breeze to offer relief from frosty
temperatures that have left


the landscape brown. It's the
time of the year I begin to feel
the pull of my flower gardens
calling to me. I find myself
making the circle to check the
ground for that first appearance
of lilies. The delight of March is
new every year when my flower
friends choose to reappear.
As March gives way to April
and May, I am in full swing
as I garden with wild abandon
trying to create flower beds that
rival the previous year.
The warmth of June brings
its own reward with hard work
paying off each time I gather
an armful of blooms to grace
my dining table. To me, there
is nothing that equals the smell
of fresh flowers along with my
thankful heart that appreciates
another birthday for me.
July reminds me what it means
to live in America, "the home of
the free and the brave." I will
never take freedom for granted.
Several years ago I took a trip
out of the country and was faced
with a situation that threatened
my freedom. It reminds me why
I love America. It's also the time
I remind myself that I could be


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hot muggy days and nights. And
I have been known to accidently
let the sprinklers catch me in
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fading days of Indian summer
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I want to enjoy the feel of
sunshine before October and


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The sounds of excited children
trick or treating, the smell of
Thanksgiving turkey and the
celebration of Jesus at Christmas
concludes a year where we have
come full circle.
I've only touched the surface
of this year in this story. Were I
to attempt to give all the details
this column could not contain it.
I know your year must be very
much the same. Oh, I'm not
forgetting the sad occurrences,
they are part of life and will
always be there. In fact, the sad
times are what keep us human,
to be able to reach out to others
with a thankful heart knowing,
"This too shall pass."
Thankfulness and
gratefulness are powerful tools
against insensitiveness. I learned
this lesson as a child. When I


would complain about what I
didn't have, my dad and mom
were quick to remind us there
were others less fortunate than
us. It took our focus off what we
didn't have and caused us to look
anew at what we did have. It's a
method I have passed down to
my children, my
grandchildren and my
great-grandchildren. I must
say they are quick learners.
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be thankful..." they conclude
with, "There are so many less
fortunate than me."
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B-2 Perry News-Herald December2-3, 2011


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I o film and performs magic with 'Hugo'


Most of December's movies hit



theaters the week of Christmas


It's finally December and the holiday season
is in full swing. Over the past decade or so,
Hollywood has been able to carve out this time
as the year's second biggest haul at the box office
after the summer blockbuster season.
This year, December's movie slate is somewhat
unusual in that there are two weekends which will
see no new movies in wide release while six of the
month's 10 releases will hit theaters
during the week of Christmas.
As for this weekend,
Thanksgiving leftovers aren't just
for dinner. No new movies are
hitting theaters today (Friday), so
the three family offerings from
last week--"Arthur Christmas,"
"Hugo" and "The Muppets"--will
be back to battle for round two.
On Dec. 9, we will get two new
movies, including "New Year's I.-
Eve," arriving a few weeks early.
Every year we seem to get one of
those holiday-themed ensemble
romantic comedies, and for those
waiting for the next one, your time
is now. I do think they tried to
outdo ever' film before it, and it
would almost be easier to name
the actors not in this movie, but
to list a few: Sarah Jessica Parker.
Josh Duhamel. Sofia Vergara and
Robert De Niro.
The mo\ie is rated PG-13 for
language including some sexual
references
Opening against it is another
comedy "The Sitter." an R-rated
adventure in baby-sitting starring
Jonah Hill. Based on the red-band
trailers, Noah Ja\bird iHillh is
Sdbfinitely'hot somebody you \ l f
looking after sour children, unless
you're okay with foul language,
drug deals and car chases. That
being said, the movie looks pretty
funny.
The movie is rated R for crude
and sexual content, pervasive
language, drug material and some
violence.
The weekend of Dec. 16
provides two more movies, both
sequels.
Up first is "Alvin and the
Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked,"
which begs the question of what
came first, the movie or the title.
Director Mike Mitchell takes over
the franchise, while Jason Lee
returns as Dave and everyone else
is back to voice Alvin, Simon,
Theodore, Brittany, Jeanette and
Eleanor. In this third live-action
film, the musical chipmunks are
blown off their cruise ship and find
themselves on a deserted island.
Expect plenty of pop songs sung in
very high key.
The movie is rated G.
Robert Downey Jr. and Jude
Law are also back as Sherlock
Holmes and Dr. Watson in
director Guy Ritchie's "Sherlock
Holmes: Games of Shadows."
While Holmes solved the primary
mystery in the 2009 original,
Professor Moriarty (Jared Harris,
"Mad Men") escaped. Now, it's
time to correct that ina adventure
that will take "every ounce of *i ,
Holmes' not-inconsiderable ..
experience" to survive. The first -Tg
movie earned honorable mention ..-r WAR I
on my top films list of 2009, and
hopefully this one lives up to its
predecessor.
The film is rated PG-13 for
intense sequences of violence and
action, and some drug material.
As I mentioned before, the rest
of December's movies *will be
arriving in theaters the week of
Christmas, beginning Wednesday,
Dec.21, and finishing up Christmas
Day on Sunday, Dec. 25.
On Wednesday, Dec. 21, three
movies open wide.
"The Adventures of Tintin" combines the
talents of director Steven Spielberg and producer
Peter Jackson for the first time. Based on the
timeless comics of Herg6, "Tintin" follows the
title reporter as he strives to locate a ship thought
lost to the seas before its found by a group of men
who want it for their own nefarious purposes.
Joining Tintin is his trusty dog Snowy and Captain
Haddock. Although "Tintin" is much more
popular in his native Europe, American audiences
may be familiar with the animated series from
the early '90s. This movie uses motion-capture


animation techniques which have not caught on
with audiences well, but with the talent involved
here, this may be the one to finally break through.
The film is rated PG for adventure action
violence, some drunkenness and brief smoking.
"The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo," perhaps the
most anticipated film of the holiday season, is an
adaptation of the best-selling novel as well as a
remake of the Swedish adaptation
from 2009. Director David
Fincher, fresh off his Oscar win
for "The Social Network," takes
the helm here with a script from
Steven Zaillian ("Schindler's List,"
"Gangs of New York"). Daniel
S Craig ("Casino Royale") takes
t on the role of Journalist Mikael
S Blomkvist, who is hired to discover
S what happened to a young girl 40
,. years before. Computer hacker
S Lisbeth Salander (Rooney Mara) is
Brought in to help. "Dragon Tattoo"
*is the first of a three-book trilogy
and the original Swedish films
have already completed the cycle.
. Should this second adaptation do
well, we will likely see parts two
and three forthcoming.
The film is rated R for brutal
S\olent content including rape and
tortu re, strong sexuality, graphic
nudity and language.
N"Mission Impossible: Ghost
Protocol" returns Ethan Hunt to
the big screen five years after his
last adventure. This time around,
Hunt iTom Cruise) and the rest
of the IMF are fingered for a
bombing at the Kremlin and they
must go underground to discover
Uf'reI ciflpit triakd.whathis oi her
endgame is. Produced by Cruise
and JJ. Abrams (director of the
third film), "Ghost Protocol"
is directed by Brad Bird, who
makes his live action directorial
debut after making such animated
classics as "Iron Giant," "The
Incredibles" and "Ratatouille."
The movie is rated PG-13 for
sequences of intense action and
violence.
On Friday, Dec. 23, Matt
Damon ("The Bourne Identity")
stars in "We Bought a Zoo,"
based on Benjamin Mee's memoir
about a family who, coincidently,
buys a zoo. The film, directed
by Cameron Crowe ("Vanilla
Sky," "Jerry Maguire") and based
on a screenplay by Crowe and
Aline Brosh McKenna ("The
Devil Wears Prada"), moves the
story from England to Southern
California. Damon is Mee, who
moves his family to the countryside
in an effort to reopen a failed zoo.
The movie is rated PG for
language and some thematic
elements.
Finally, we have two last movies
set to open on Christmas Day
itself.
The sci-fi thriller "The Darkest
Hour" follows a group of teens on
vacation in Moscow when an alien
invasion strikes the planet, killing
I untold numbers of people. The
aliens, who are draining Earth's
S power systems, are invisible and
can kill with impunity. Somehow,
the teens must find a way to
survive. The film is directed by
Chris Gorak, who has spent much
of his career as an art director for
such movies as "Fight Club" and
"Minority Report." Producing is
Timur Bekmambetov, best known
for directing "Night Watch" and
."Day Watch," as well as the
Angelina Joli-starring "Wanted."
The movie is rated PG-13 for
sci-fi action violence and some
language.
Rounding out the weekend,
the month and the year is "War
Horse," from director Steven Speilberg. Based on
the Tony Award-winning stage play, "War Horse"
follows a young man (Jeremy Irvine) and his horse
Joey, who are separated when Joey is sold to the
calvary during World War I. Bent on finding his
horse, Albert makes his way to war-torn France.
This is Speilberg's first live-action film as director
in more than three years. Let's hope it's worth the
wait.
The film is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of
war violence.
And that is a wrap, as there are no movies
opening wide on New Year's weekend.


BY MARK VIOLA It's a fo<
Leave it to the director of "Taxi Driver," film, but I
"Goodfellas" and "The Departed" to make the artistic. TI
best family film of the year. containing
Well, that's not entirely accurate. its many
Martin Scorsese's "Hugo," based on the popular within the
children's book, "The Invention of Hugo Cabret," for Hugo
is not just the best family movie of 2011, it's one I don't
of the best films--period--of the year. because I
Scorsese has said his interest in telling this story mentionin
was inspired by his young daughter and we should the techni
all be thankful for that inspiration, utmost po
"Hugo" is a wonderfully realized film featuring wonderful
great performances and a heartfelt story framed and actua


ol's errand to try to pick a "best" Scorsese
do believe "Hugo" may just be his most
he train station feels very real while also
g an almost magical quality to it, with
clockworks and other equipment hidden
Walls creating a veritable playground
and Isabelle to traverse.
often talk about 3D in my reviews
most of the time, it's hardly worth
ig. In "Hugo," Scorsese is able to use
que--for the first time in his career--to its
tential. Not only does the 3D here looks
I, it never feels gratuitous or gimmicky
lly enhances the storytelling by further


within beautifully artistic visuals emphasizing the aforementioned
helped by some of the best use of magical quality of the visuals. It is
3D since "Avatar." not essential to see "Hugo" in 3D,
The story of "Hugo" begins in a ,e. but it was a welcome change to see
1930s Paris train station, where the the technique used wisely.
orphaned Hugo (Asa Butterfield, Of course, Scorsese is known for
"The Boy in the Striped Pajamas") getting the most from his various
lives within the walls, spending casts, and "Hugo" is no exception.
his days keeping the enormous The young actors--Butterfield and
buildings' various clocks working 6 Moretz--carry much of the film
and stealing enough food to stay and do so with a seeming ease
alive. that belies their ages. Both already
He also nicks a few parts here have solid resumes and Scorsese
and there from the resident toy mines their talent expertly for
maker (Sir Ben Kingsley, "Shutter some of their best work to date.
Island") and tries to stay one step Cohen was a surprising delight,
ahead of the Inspector Gustav delivering a much more subtle
(Sacha Baron Cohen, "Borat"), and nuanced performance as the
who holds an iron fist over the station. .. : Station inspector than most are used to seeing from
Hugo needs the toy parts in an effort to fix a him. As for Kingsley, he should at least be in the
highly complex but broken automaton his father discussion when awards season rolls around for
(Jude Law, "Gattaca") found in a museum before best supporting actor nominations.
he was killed in a fire. Hugo desperately wants to Credit must also go to screenwriter John Logan,
fix the last connection he has to his father, but his whose varied resume includes such films as
constant thievery gets him in trouble with the toy "Gladiator," "Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas"
maker. and "Rango." In "Hugo," he is able to not only
Hugo's life changes forever when he bumps mesh the various themes surrounding Hugo and
into Isabelle (Chlod Grace Moretz, "Let Me In"), his quest for answers, but also the station's stable
the toymaker's goddaughter, who has a pendant of regulars, from a flower seller who has drawn
which may be the literal key to the mysterious the affections of Gustav to the cafe owner and the
automaton, customer who would love to sit down for chat if
The two set out on an adventure that will unlock only her dog didn't bite him each time. How all of
not only Hugo's machine, but also many joyful and these personal stories come together in the end is
tragic secrets from the past as everyone involved sure to bring smiles.
struggles with discovering just what their place is There's a moment about halfway through the
in this ever-changing world, film when Hugo and Isabelle have a conversation
Like Brian Selznick's original book, "Hugo" while they look down at a bustling Paris. Hugo
blends fiction and actual history, weaving the compares the world to a large machine with
early days of filmmaking into the very personal everyone living on it a part with a purpose
story of its characters. Just how it does this I can't to play.
reveal without spoiling one of the film's most "Hugo" is a film where eve rone does have a
g-lorious surprises. I can say, however, thatt:;~E3 BS t3 t.fle8t,
the second movie this year--after "Super 8"--that creating a wonderful, even lovely, film that will
has examined the passion and art behind the act of hopefully find its way into your holiday schedule.
making movies. From that perspective, Scorsese The film is rated PG for mild thematic material,
was the perfect person to direct "Hugo." some action/peril and smoking.


The Sentinel Upstage Players of North Florida Community College's production of
"A Slice of the Blarney" features eight local actors, including two from Taylor County.
Shown above are: (standing, I to r) Moe Cooks (Madison County), Johnathan Cooks
(Madison County) and Kent Jones (Taylor County); (sitting, I to r) Carmina Ketring
(Taylor County), Edie Hotchkiss (Hamilton County), Ryan Quiros (Madison County),
Kimberly Joseph (Suwannee County) and Della Webb (Madison County).



Taylor County actors among


cast of'A Slice of the Blarney'


The Sentinel Upstage Players
of North Florida Community
College present "A Slice of
the Blarney," a comedy by
Kitty Burs, today (Friday) and
Saturday featuring two Taylor
County actors.
Showtimes will be 7 p.m.
at NFCC's Van H. Priest
Auditorium in Madison. Tickets
for the Irish comedy are only
$6 and available in the NFCC
College Advancement Office
(Bldg. 32) and will also be
on sale at the door each night
before the show.
Eight local actors and
actresses star in the production,
including Kent Jones and
Carmina Ketring of Taylor
County.
The cast also features Moe
Cooks, Johnathan Cooks,
Ryan Quiros and Della Webb
of Madison County; Edie
Hotchkiss of Hamilton County;
and Kimberly Joseph of
Suwannee County--under the


lead of NFCC's own Denise
Bell. In addition to directing
NFCC's Sentinel Upstage
Players, Bell is also coordinator
of student activities and
community education at NFCC.
"These students have worked
very hard preparing for the
show," Bell said. "Please join
us Friday or Saturday at Van H.
Priest Auditorium for a funny
play and to show support for
these local stars."
The farce assembles a dying
multimillionaire and assorted
quirky relatives and culminates
in an authentic Irish wake.
Shannon O'Leary is on his death
bed. He is a multi-millionaire
who knows that his family is
just waiting for him to die to see
who inherits his fortune. One by
one the "faithful" relatives show
up and circle like vultures, just
waiting. Shannon knows this,
but still hopes that there is at
least one who really loves him.
For more information, contact


Denise Bell at 850-973-9481 or
belld@nfcc.edu.






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DEADLINES:
The deadlines for classified ads are Monday by 5
p.m. for the Taco Times and Wednesday by 5 p.m.
for the Perry News- Herald.


Small ad..big deals!
Smalads1,


Auction Saturday, Dec. 3, at 6:30 p.m.
1693 SW Moseley Hall Rd. (CR360)
Madison. Why pay retail? We continue
our Christmas sales with the liquidating
of many great items as household
goods, yard goods, toys, Christmas
items and tools. Too many items to list.
We will still be partnering with The
Salvation Army and Sermin's VFD
collecting toys for those children who
may not otherwise get one this
Christmas. Bring one or buy one and
give a child joy this Christmas. Do not
to miss this auction!! Comfy seats,
heated, food and lots of fun. 10%
buyers premjrn. MC, Visa, Discover,
debit cards, cWks and cash accepted.
AU691 Ron Gx. AB2490.
11/30 12/02 :i'



Community yard sale, at Rockey Creek
Bar. Anyone can setup!!! On Dec. 2, 3
and 4. Hope to see you.
11/30-12/02

Multi-family yard sale Saturday!! 203 E
Drew St. Barbershop/JM Carpet, brand
name clothes, ladies jeans sizes 0-7,
small and medium tops, shoes, girls up
to 4T and 6-8, men's clothes too, brand
name purses, TV's, toys and
furniture...A little of everything!
11/30-12/02

Hugh yard sale. Thurs.-Sat., Dec. 1-3,
from 8:00 until. 671 Charles Hendry
Road. Christmas decorations, furniture,
tires, cookware, clothing, jewelry and
very large amount of miscellaneous
items. Call 843-4606
11/30- 12/02

Multi Family prd sale. 206 Pineland
Road, Saturd Dec. 3, from 8 until 2
p.m.. Reception Desk, doors, furniture,
shoes, clothing, home decor,
electronics, music, vintage 1960's
cocktail dresses, books, linens, 3 1/2
ton AC compressor and more.
11/30- 12/02

Yard sale 711 West Julia Street,
Saturday, Dec, 3, from 8 a.m. until.
Jewelry, handmade jewelry, lots of
goodies.
12/02

Multi-Family garage sale. Saturday,
Dec. 3, for 8 a.m. until 2 p.m..
Approximately.2 1/4 miles on Puckett
Road from Highway 19.
12/02

Garage Sale 315 N. Quincy Street. 8
until noon, Saurday, Dec. 3. Computer,
Christmas fe and decorations,
microwave own and miscellaneous
items.
12/02

Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. until. 3494
Hwy. 19 South (Taylor Storage Center
across from Taylor Tech). Get your
Christmas gifts here. Air soft gun,
knives, swords, train set, toys, new
tools, John Deere items, Dell computer
system (Windows XP & a 30 day parts
warranty), magnetic bracelets,
lighthouse lamp, adult tricycles, fashion
jewelry, leather jacket, small
appliances, Christmas decorations, 7
foot Christmas tree, fiber optic wreaths
and trees, much more.
12/02

Huge Yard Sale Friday and Saturday 8
until 5 at 1419 N. Springfield St. off of
Ash St. Winter coats, washer, dryer,
rods, reels, Christmas trees, dresser,
side-by-side refrigerator, Christmas
decorations, toys, too much to list.
12/02

Yard Sale- Friday, Saturday & Sunday,
9-1, NO EARFY BIRDS, 902 S. J. Tom
Moore Ave., (o1 Hwy. 27 just past New
Home Baptist) look for signs, baby boy
clothes- NB-12 mos., adult clothing +
FREE stuff
12/02

Come to the Market at Taylor Storage
Center-- Christmas is Coming!
15 Stalls of NEW & Used items. Open
Thursday Saturday from 8 am until...
12/02



For sale. China Cabinet, good
condition, $125. Call 584-4077. If no
answer leave a message.
11/30 12/02

SWe
Buy
Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865
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Cash for junk'jrs and trucks. 7 days a
week. Call 38%658-1030 or 904-887-
8513.
12/30


Just in time for Christmas, Shih Tzo
pups born Oct. 23, 2011. Ready to go
with papers on Dec. 20. Two males
$450 each, One female $550. Call 850-
225-5264
11/16- 12-02



Wanted, 1 to 5 acres of land in Taylor
County, with septic, electric, and water
or a fixer up mobile home on lot. Will
pay cash. Call 727-645-3519
11/23 12/02



For sale by owner. 1992 mobile home,
Charles Hendry Rd. 2 bedrooms, 1
bath on 2.14 acres. Carport, partially
furnished, metal roof, new paint,
$32,000. Call (850) 371-1893 or (850)
223-2113.
11/30 12/02

Just received 2003 Jacobson 16x72
(68box), 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Front
kitchen, ceramic tile floors, excellent
condition, includes delivery, setup, re-
hook AC, skirting. Only $27,995.00.
Call C&G of Chiefland at 352-490-7422
or 877-372-2941
C&G
11/30-12/02

2007 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fleetwood.
Includes delivery, setup, skirting, steps,
AC. $39,900.00 call 877-373-2941
C&G
11/30- 12/02


Why pay rent when you can own this
32x60, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, with family
room and corner fireplace only $359
per month, with approved credit. Call
352-490-7422 or 877-373-2941
C&G
11/30 12/02

For Sale or Rent, 1999 Jacobson 3
bedroom 2 bath doublewide 28X52. Set
up on 1 acre, possible owher financing.
$62,500 or $650 per month. Call Mon. -
Fri. 850-584-7094.
PHC, tfn

Great Starter Home 28X44 3 bedroom,
2 bath, includes delivery ,set-up, code
steps, AC/ Heat, skirting. Only $285 per
month W.A.C. Call 352-490-7422 or
877-373-2914
C&G
11/30 12/02

Home Only or Land/Home packages.
Stop paying rent and making your
landlord rich! Call C&G of Chiefland
and become a homeowner at last! Call
352-490-7422 or 877-372-4941
C&G
11/30 12/02

Mobile Home for Sale
2012, 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Bank repo
need to sell only $36,900, owner will
finance with 5% down. Call 352-262-
4531
TMH, tfn

Mobile Ho~ne for Sale, New 28x44 3
bedroom, 2 bath $36,900. Call 352-
303-8771
TMH, tfn



STEINHATCHEE PLACE RESORT.
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one block
to river and new boat landing. Call 352-
498-7740 if no answer 813-677-9640.
SPR, tfn

For rent. Efficiency apartment close to
downtown. Full kitchen, 1 bedroom, 1
bath. Ideal for couple or single person.
$500 per month $500 security deposit.
Call 850-371-1800.
11/30, 12/02, 09,16

Small 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with
nice front porch on 1.acre of land on
deadend road off Hwy. 98. Just inside
city limits. $550 per month, first, last
and deposit. Call 727-433-4514.
JP, 11/23-12/02

For rent: 2 bedroom, 1 bath mobile
home located in Whispering Pines
$450 per month and $200 deposit. Call
838-6336.
12/02 -12/07

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from monthly $585
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.
LS, tfn


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Westgate Rooms available for rent.
refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $585 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-299-6554.
LS
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TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
--Under New Management --
2- 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Pkg. Rent
based on income. Water/Gas
furnished. On-site Laundry.
Close to City/Water Parks,
Boys & Girls Club, and
Shopping Plazas. Public
Transportation available.
Call 850-584-6842.
TDD 711, EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
Housing
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Taking applications for 1 BR/lbath
home located in Everetts Mobile Home
Park, water, sewer and garbage
included in rent. Rent $375, deposit
$300 references required apply in
person Perry Repo Outlet. Ms. Betty
584-7094
EMH, tfn

Apartment for rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath.
everything included, water garbage,
electricity, cable with HBO. Everything
furnished. $265 weekly, $950 monthly.
317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy. Skylark
Motel. 850-672-0973.
LS, tfn


Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath, 2
BR/ 2 bath, 3 BR/ 2 bath located in
Everetts Mobile Home Park. Water,
sewer and garbage included in rent.
$475 a month and a $300 deposit. Must
have references. Apply in person to Ms.
Betty. 584-7094.
EMH
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3 or 4 bedroom, 1 bath house with
fenced in yard, conveniently located in
town. References required. Tentatively
available on Dec.1. Call 850-843-1815
11/18- 12/07

For Rent, 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 900 sq. ft.
apartment. Near Keaton Beach.
$650/mo plus security deposit. Includes
utilities 850-843-1882
11/16 12/09

Woodridge Apartments
Accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W
. Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
"This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
WA
tfn


For Rent, 2 bedroom, 2 bath,
singlewide on three acres, Water, sewer
and lawn care included. Very clean
$500 monthly $500 security deposit.
386-776-2405
11/30- 12/02



For Sale, 1 bedroom, 1 bath on 0.19
acre, central air/heat, cable,
refrigerator, microwave, metal roof,
vinyl siding, septic, paved parking,
wheel chair accessible. Minute from
Walmart. Built in 2004, currently used
as a hair salon. $54,000. Call 850-371-
4247
12/02

Land for Sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Owner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
EF, tfn

Recently Foreclosed, Special
Financing Available, Any Credit, Any
Income, Vacant Land......Located at,
5635 Woods Creek Rd., Perry,
$64,900. Visit
www.roselandco.com/87H, Drive by
then call (866) 249-0680.
RLF
12/2-12/09

Property for sae. 31 1/2 Hinley St. in
Perry. $8,000 cash, will finance for
$10,000. For more information call 386-
294-1737 or 386-2(688

Home for Sale, OLD TOWN 2 story site
built, 1998, 3 bedrooms 2 baths, L/R,
D/R, loft, 2 car garage on 6
unbelievable acres, beautiful oaks.
$500 down, $56/mo., P&I, WA.C. Call
to view352-49a960
TMH, tfn

House for Sale. 304 W. Oak Street,
located close to downtown. 3,000 sq.
feet, 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths. Built on
three city lots in quiet neighborhood.
Property has efficiency apartment on
one city lot and could serve as a
"mother-in-law" apartment or-rentai-
house. Home features a spacious living
room with wood burning stove,
oversized kitchen withsolid maple
cabinets and a center island that seats
8, backyard with a 6' fence. Efficiency
apartment $35,00Q. House $169,500.
Call 850-371-1800.
11/25,12/2,9,16


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1995 Siverado 4x4 $1799
2001 Hyundai Elantra $3494
2004 Chrysler Sebring $4900
2003 Kia Spectra $3900
Trade-Ins Welcome.
Head Turners Auto Inc.
850-584-8900
RA, tfn

2005 Buick Le Sabre Limited sedan.
One owner, non-smoker. 84,000 easy
miles, good tires, clean. Kelly Blue
Book value $9300. Sale price $7,900.
Call 838-2003.
11/30 12/09



Boat for Sale, 1996 Keywest 20' walk
around, cuddy cabin, full curtain
enclosure, 225 Suzuki, Proformance
galvanized trailer, $14,000.00. Call
850-578-2134
11/23 -12/9

Classifieds Work...


Immediate opening for a full time Certitied a uallity specialist.
Maintenance- Supervisor--at-- -n-- --
apartment community in Perry, Florida.
Need motivated individual with I am a CNA and would like to take care
previous experience in general of your loved ones. I have very good
maintenance-plumbing, sheet rock, references. You can call 850-584-4893,
electrical and carpentry. Must have 584-7303 or 672-2990.
valid drivers license. Competitive 11/18 -12/07
salary and benefits package offered.
EOE and Drug Free Workplace. Send J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
resumes to: humanresources@royal- Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
american.com, fax to (850) 914-8470 We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
or apply in person at 709 W Church 1280. Firewood for sale.
Street, office.. Woodridge Apartments- tfJD(Fri.)
11/30- 12/02




Marshall Healthcare


NOW HIRING!


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CNA's 3 pm-11 pm & 11 pm-7 am Shift, Full-Time
also Part-Time, all shifts

PRN's Part-Time, all shifts and weekends
Call Lewis Barwick, RN, DON @ 850-584-6334


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OLD PAPER MONEY
SILVER HALF DOLLARS
SILVER DOOLLACS/ QUARTERS/ DIMES
OLD SPORTS CARDS (PRE 1980)
OLD METAL SIGNS
VINTAGE COCA COLA ITEMS
COMIC BOOKS
OLD McCOY POTTERY
OLD ROSEVILLE POTTEAY
USED HOUSEHOLD FURNhTURE
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Dries in 3-4 Hours Tile Floors Pet Odors

TREE CAPITAL CLEANING
584-CLEAN (584-2532)


RN's LPN's

Full-Time,.3 pm-11 pm


Timberland Ford of Penry
has 2 positions availablI
*Automotive Sales
Consultant
Assistant Sales
Manager

We are looking for a
motivated, honest, Customer
pleasing person that is a
self- starter ard a strong
closer.
You MUST have previous
Automotive Sales experience,
accelerated computer skills
are a BIG plus.
This is an opportunity to work
as a team and sell America's
Best Car & Truck Line.
This job has a long future,
Great Pay, Bonuses,
Excellent Benefits and very
quick advancement for the
right individual.
We are a Drug Free Workplace.
Call 850-584-61 78,
please leave a message
at ext. 101 for your
appointment to interview.
Please send all resumes to
brett@timberlandford.com


Full Time Supervisor/Long-term
Care, FT supervisory position for RN
with unrestricted Florida License, long-
term care setting, knowledge of LTC
regs. and prior
supervisory/management experience
required; prior experience in long-term
care preferred; PC proficiency required
for EMR; will join an interdisciplinary
team with strong focus on
compassionate cate. BSN strongly
preferred.
Full Time Social Service Associate
FT position provides social services
support to long-term care residents
and their families, including direction of
therapeutic programs and services or
related field required. Experience with
geriatric or long-term care population
preferred. Must be creative, energetic
and organized. Excellent benefits
package include health, dental, life,
disability, supplemental insurance;
retirement, time off, access to outside
daycare and fitness facilities. Apply in
person at Personnel Office, 10680
Dowling Park Dr., Dowling Park.
Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m.
until 4:00 p.m., or fax
resume/credentials to (386) 658-5160.
EOE/Drug-Free Workplace/Criminal
background checks required. Excellent
work environment. Advent Christian
Village, www.ACVillage.net, 658-JOBS
(5627).
ACV
11/23 -12/02

Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Grants Administrative Secretary (Part
Time) -$11.88 per hour. Applications
and job description can be obtained
from www.taylorcountygov.com;
MOBILE CAREER LAB at Perry
Square (Save A Lot and Goodwill
parking lot) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
or Thursday 9 a.m. 4 p.m.; or
workforce. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is an EOE, VPM, DT,
background check.
TCBOCC
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Lighthouse Christian Academy, in Mayo
is now accepting applications for
Elementary, Middle and High School
positions. Certified Teachers, please e-
mail resume to jroberts@lcamayo.com
12/02- 12/09



A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
6737.
A2Z
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JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 11-424-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GEORGE A. HOWARD
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMAND AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
The administration of the estate of
GEORGE A. HOWARD, deceased, File
Number 11-424-CP, Is pending In the
Circuit Court for TAYLOR County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which Is P.O. Box 620, Perry, FL
32348. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and of
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below. All
Interested persons are required to file
with the clerk of this court, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THE NOTICE
all claims against the estate In the
form and manner prescribed by
section 733.703 of the Florida Statues
and Rule 5.490 of The Florida Rules of
Probate and Guardianship
Procedure. ALL CLAIMS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice: November 25, 2011 and
December, 2 011.
Adrian Gabaldon
Attorney for the Petitioner
Post Office Box 1303
(863) 967-3557
Florida Bar No. 137081
SUE LEINART
Personal Representative
3332 NW 44th Place
Gainesvllle, FL 32656

NOTICE
The City of Perry Issues a Request for
Qualifications from business oriented


non-profit organizations who are
Interested In operating and
administrating a grant program for
the City's Community
Redevelopment Agency. The
organization will receive a 2%
administrative fee of the amount of
approved grants. The total amount
of the authorized grants Is $50,000.
The successful organization will be a
registered non-profit based In Taylor
County with a mission of promoting,
generating, recruiting, and/or
helping local business and
commerce. The City Council of Perry
will select an organization based on
Information submitted. Please submit
your organizations qualifications to
City of Perry, DREAM Grant RFQ, 224
S. Jefferson St., Perry, FL 32347, by
noon Thurs. Dec. 22. Included should
be your organization's incorporation
documents, IRS non-profit status
document, organizational chart,
number of members, and contact
Info. Please also Include any other
Information that help shows why your
organization would be best suited to
be awarded this administrative
position. Further Information may be
obtained by contacting City Hall at
584-7161 X117.
City Manager
Bob Brown

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
Pursuant to a WRIT OF EXECUTION
Issued in the County Court of Taylor
County, Florida, on the 24th day of
October, 2011, in the cause wherein
Tree Capital Credit Union, Is plaintiff,
and Kelly J. Blaske, Is defendant,
being Case No. 05-101-CC In said
Court, I, Lawrence E. Williams, as
Sheriff of Taylor County, Florida, have
levied upon all the right, title and
Interest of the Kelly J. Blaske,


defendant, In and to the following
described personal property, to-wit:
2003 CHEVROLET TAHOE, VIN#
1GNEC13Z23J279065, WHITE IN
COLOR, TAG NO. ANII08 and on the
22nd day of December, 2011, at
Thomas Chevrolet-Buick Inc. 2128 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy., In the City of Perry,
Taylor County, Florida, at the hour of
11:00 A.M., or as soon thereafter as
possible, I will offer for sale all of the
said defendant's, right, title and
Interest in aforesaid property at
public outcry and will sell the same,
subject to taxes, all prior liens,
encumbrances and judgments, If
any, to the highest and best bidder or
bidders for CASH, the proceeds to be
applied as far as may be to the
payment of costs and the satisfaction
of the above-described execution.
The property will be available for
Inspection at Thomas Chevrolet-Bulck
Inc. between the hours of 10:00 AM
through 11:00 AM the morning of the
sale. In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons with disabilities needing a
special accommodation to
participate In this proceeding should
contact the Clerk of Court,
telephone (904) 838-3506, not later
than seven (7) days prior to the
proceeding.
L.E. "Bummy" Williams, as Sheriff
Of Taylor County
By: L.E."Bummy" Williams

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 11-465-CA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
v.
JAMES A. VAN GASBECK, and
SUNSET PLACE HOMEOWNERSf


ASSOCIATION, INC.,
Defendants,
/
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JAMES A. VAN GASBECK
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Verified Complaint to Foreclose
Mortgage has been filed by the
Plaintiff, CAPITAL CITY BANK, in the
Circuit Court of Taylor County,
Florida, regarding the following
described real property:
Parcel .D. #26-09-09-10040-161
CONDOMINIUM PARCEL 301, THE
SUNSET PLACE, A CONDOMINIUM,
ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION
OF CONDOMINIUM THERE, AS
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 398, PAGE 92, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer or other pleading on the
plaintiffs attorney, MICHAEL S. SMITH
of SMITH & SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
P.A., P.O. Drawer 579, Perry, Florida
32348, and file the original answer or
pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the above-named Court on or
before the 1 st day of JANUARY, 2012.
IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO, judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint.
WITNESS my hand and official seal,
this 29th of November, 2011.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
P.O. Box 620
Perry, Florida 32348
Marti Lee
By: Deputy Clerk


B-5 Perry News-Herald December 2, 2011




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